Center Yourself with These Virtual Mindfulness Courses

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Mindfulness and relaxation have become increasingly valuable in our lives. When you’re ready to explore mindfulness and meditation, Plano has plenty of virtual opportunities to help. Here are three of the best virtual mindfulness courses near Marquette at Preston Park to enjoy from the comfort of our Plano apartments.

How to Improve Your Memory — Mondays at 1:00 p.m.

Nowadays we are bombarded by so much information that it can be difficult to keep track of it all. Everyone wishes their memory was just a little sharper. Now it can be. With tools and tricks used by NASA and Ivy League schools, this course from IrisReading teaches everything from improving your memory to exercises on keeping focus to strategies for retaining information. The course fits students, professionals, and learners of all skill levels. Register for a spot ahead of time.

The Yoga Factory and Wellness Center

Yoga is a centuries-old practice that helps you focus your mind, body, and spirit. The Yoga Factory and Wellness Center has a robust schedule of online courses, offering everything from Power Vinyasa to Kundalini style classes. Try their YogaRestore class, which is specially tailored to help you relax your mind.

Free Guided Meditation — Sundays at 8:45 a.m.

Meditation is like wine. It might seem like there are only a few kinds but really there is a rich variety to suit any taste. This course by Free Meditation showcases Sahaja Yoga, a meditation style that helps make you more attentive and in touch with yourself. You can find this practice in more than one hundred countries and it only takes 10 minutes each day. If you’re looking for meditation in Plano with results and an earlier start, be sure to register for a spot

After class, you can continue exploring mindfulness by taking in some nature nearby.

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